There are times when hierarchy matters, when one object rolls up into another, and you need something like the Subject Lookup. Have you ever needed to create something like the Subject Lookup in Dynamics CRM 2011? This is a Web Resource that overrides the CRM lookup button to launch a Web Resource that mimics the Subject Lookup.
Everybody loves to use InfoPath forms. And let’s face it, we all wish we could just take them and put them into CRM. This post delves into how I integrated InfoPath & CRM to dynamically allow InfoPath forms received by email into CRM records. It is still under development, but the source code has been partially tested and works.
Another HTML control example that adds a star rating form control to CRM 2011 as a web-resource. It includes a managed solution that you can download and install as well as the source and all images used in creating the solution.
Do you want a drop down box for the state, but you don’t want to break core CRM functionality?
In CRM 4.0 I had posted an article about changing the CRM Address State to a drop down box. I had modified the script to work with CRM 2011, but it was still unsupported and some people had problems making it work on other entities. This version uses an HTML web resource and uses all supported methods.